New Horizon Foods, Inc. Receives Organic Manufacturer Certification

Union City, CA (December 15, 2009) – New Horizon Foods, Inc. announces its certification as an organic manufacturer certified by Oregon Tilth under the USDA National Organic Program. This certification places New Horizon Foods, Inc among the group of companies focused on promoting organic and sustainable food processes.

New Horizon Foods, Inc. is a premier custom blending company, specializing in effective solutions for food manufacturers, processors and suppliers. New Horizon Foods has evolved from a producer of a well known line of bakery mixes into a food service manufacturer providing a broad range of industrial food manufacturing products and services.

“Organic certification is big step forward for New Horizon Foods” says Lawrence Yanogacio, Quality Assurance Manager. “This certification allows us to be a participant in the natural foods movement; one of the fastest growing areas within the food and bakery product industries.”

The organic certification process requires an exhaustive review of the ingredients and processes used to develop the organic labeled product. New Horizon Foods, Inc works with Oregon Tilth, the internationally known organization, to maintain the high standards required for certification.

Oregon Tilth is a nonprofit organization supporting and promoting biologically sound and socially equitable agriculture through education, research, advocacy, and certification. Oregon Tilth advocates sustainable approaches to agricultural production systems and processing, handling and marketing. For more information, visit

About New Horizon Foods, Inc.
With decades of experience in bakery products and blending, New Horizon Foods, Inc. is dedicated to providing specialized solutions for food manufacturers, processors and suppliers. With headquarters in Union City, CA, the company serves customers throughout the United States. New Horizon Foods, Inc provides blended products to all segments of the food industry. For more information, visit

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